ELAINA MCCORD WANTS TO FIND A KILLER. BUT HE’S ALREADY FOUND HER.
Elaina McCord’s dream of being an FBI profiler is threatened by her very first case—investigating a string of murders near a Texas beach resort. The victims, all young women, were drugged and brutally murdered, their bodies abandoned in desolate marshland. Elaina’s hunch—met with disbelief by local police—is that these are only the latest offerings from a serial killer who has been perfecting his art for years, growing bolder and more cunning with each strike.
True-crime writer Troy Stockton has a reputation as an irresistible playboy who gets his story at any cost. He’s the last person Elaina should trust, let alone be attracted to. But right now Troy, along with the elite team of forensics experts known as the Tracers, is her only ally in a case that’s turning dangerously personal. A killer is reaching out to Elaina, taunting her, letting her know how ruthless he is and how close he’s getting. Now it’s not just her career that’s in jeopardy—it’s her life. . . .
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1 . Enjoyable Read
Posted July 31, 2010 by Darcia , New Port RicheyUnspeakable is the second book in Laura Griffin's 'Tracer' series. I did not read Untraceable, the first in the series, but had no trouble jumping right in to the story. This book can easily be read as a stand-alone.
Elaina McCord, the main character, is an FBI agent working toward her dream of being a profiler. For the most part, her character is strong and well-developed. The plot moves quickly, is multi-dimensional, and should easily hold a reader's attention. Elaina's interest in true crime writer Troy Stockton adds a nice romantic twist. My only complaint is that the killer's character felt incomplete. At the end, we're left without much information on who he really is, why he felt compelled to murder each of his victims, why he fixated on Elaina, or how he was able to contact her. Aside from this, I found Unspeakable an enjoyable read.
May 31, 2010
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